Cryptid List

favorite21 (1)With my trusty patented Cryptid-o-Meter™ by my side, I scour the Earth for the most mysterious, unusual and colourful tales of bizarre creatures and beasts supposedly roaming various lands. These creatures are known as Cryptids, an animal or plant whose existence has been suggested but has not been discovered or documented by the scientific community. I shine the spotlight on one cryptid or another in my Cryptid Series of questions, questions I answer about once every five or so posts. And in these posts, I give each cryptid their own ‘rank’ of the likelihood that they exist, meaning I have a Cryptid List, from the most likely to the least likely. I come up with each ‘rank’ using my trusty patented Cryptid-o-Meter™, its exact workings a closely guarded secret. What I can tell you is that the criteria I use cover the number of sightings, evidence, detail, age, likelihood, personal impression and conclusion. Below is listed the current Top 10 and the current Bottom 3 (last updated June 13th, 2017), with a link to each post.

Why have I dedicated a page for this list? God only knows, but it’s here, so enjoy…


Top 10


  1. The Beast of Gévauden
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  2. Am Fear Liath Mòr
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  3. The Oakville Blobs
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  4. Lusca
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  5. The Beast of Exmoor
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  6. The Green Children of Woolpit
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  7. The Iliamna Lake Monster
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  8. Spring-Heeled Jack
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  9. The Mothman
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  10. The Dobhar-Chú
    (Click Here to Read this Post)

Bottom 3


  1. The Basilisk
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  2. Gef the Talking Mongoose
    (Click Here to Read this Post)
  3. The Pope Lick Monster
    (Click Here to Read this Post)

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